Open jobs could be filled by Detroit’s invisible talent pool

Open jobs could be filled by Detroit’s invisible talent pool

At $1.3 trillion annually, the African American economy is larger than Russia’s gross domestic product.  But sources of talent and economic resources within the African American community remain undeveloped because they aren’t taken seriously, according to economist and author Ida Byrd-Hill. Byrd-Hill, whose book “Invisible Talent Market’’ identifies problems and potential solutions, will discuss them […]

Across Michigan, US people Wear Orange to protest gun violence

Across Michigan, US people Wear Orange to protest gun violence

Whether you think the left or the right has the answers, everyone agrees gun violence needs to go down.  Across Michigan, and the country, the color orange is being displayed to raise awareness all across this weekend as part of “National Gun Violence Awareness Day.” As part of that day more than 400 influencers, corporations, […]

Chaldean Cultural Center Museum opens

Chaldean Cultural Center Museum opens

Chaldeans have a long history – 5,000 years – and they plan to show it off to the world. On May 2 the Chaldean Cultural Center Museum will open at the Shenandoah Country Club in West Bloomfield to tell the world just who they are and what they have done in the world. It took […]

Detroit organizations come together to share concerns about Muslim Ban

Detroit organizations come together to share concerns about Muslim Ban

Anyone, even the least informed, can tell you that we live in a volatile political climate.  The recent announcement of a travel ban, dubbed by many the “Muslim Ban,” has certainly added to the tension and caused fear and anxiety in many Detroit neighborhoods. That brought several Detroit-area organizations with deep ties to that community […]

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